Microbiology is the study of very tinny living organisms. Research has been dominated by the investigation of the pathogen. Since the beginning of the 19th century, research has been conducted on various aspects of microbiology and the first research was conducted by Louis Pasteur on pathogens. The research is done to discover the effect o microbiology on human health. The effect of microbiology on a human being is very catastrophic since it causes diseases that can be fatal. However, the aim of this research is to how the microorganism associates with human health and address some of the consequences as well. A study has discovered that the microbes which live in the internal organs such as lungs, digestive tracts, and liver usually influence the health status of humans. The bacteria can cause diseases that can threaten the life of people and therefore, microbes can cause a serious danger to humans if allowed to stay longer in the body. Therefore, microbes are the main bacteria that cause several diseases in the body. This research, therefore, focuses on how the issues can be addressed and especially on the need to take action to prevent the spread of microbes. However, in order to complete the study empirical research where the different experiment was observed and recorded for analysis.
Is there any relationship between microbes and human health and are some protection techniques that can be applied?
- What is the impact of microbes or microorganisms on humans?
- Do microbes increase the risks of disease in humans?
- Do humans need protection against microbes?
- To investigate the impact of microbes on human health.
- To discover the risks associated with microbes.
- To propose preventions for eliminating risks of disease transmission.
Frederick (2001) highlights the adversities of microbes and their impact on human health. The ecosystem of skin poses a high risk of catching disease due to the transmission of microbes. The study suggests that microbes are responsible for causing diseases including skin infections. The microbial community has a prominent role in disease spread (Fredricks, 2001). Money (2018) explores the role of microbes in producing different diseases in humans. Microbes increase the risks of health decline and lower the immunity of humans (Money, 2018). Hunag et al., (2017) represent the negative implications of microbes and their relationship with human health. The study emphasizes early diagnosis (Huang et al., 2017). Backhead et al., (2005) uncover the bacteria and other microbes responsible for the transmission of disease in humans. The article suggests strengthening the immune systems (Bäckhed, Ley, Sonnenburg, Peterson, & Gordon, 2005).
The research will use empirical findings and the information provided by other researchers on the relationship between microbiology and human health. The study will consider the scholarly database for assessing the implications of microbes transmitting disease.
The data shall be analyzed and presented professionally and academically to reflect what has been discovered. The analysis shall be done using statistics and SPSS software or excel. The data analysis shall be based on the observation of the process and the effect.
The result of the study shall be written based on what will be obtained from the data analysis. It shall cover both literature and data analysis from the experiment conducted and the result shall be presented in an academic format.
The recommendation shall be provided based on the gaps which shall be identified during the study. Further research shall be recommended as well on issues that shall be found
The conclusion shall be based on the result obtained from the experiment and the literature analysis.
Bäckhed, F., Ley, R. E., Sonnenburg, J. L., Peterson, D. A., & Gordon, I. J. (2005). Host-bacterial mutualism in the human intestine. Science, 307, 1915–1920.
Fredricks, D. N. (2001). Microbial Ecology of Human Skin in Health and Disease. JID.
Huang, Z.-A., Chen, X., Zhu, Z., Liu, H., Yan, G.-Y., Zhu-Hong, et al. (2017). PBHMDA: Path-Based Human Microbe-Disease Association Prediction. System microbiology.
Money, N. P. (2018). 5. Microbiology of human health and disease locked. Oxford University Press.